ENJOY THE BEST BENEFIT OF YOUR SERVICE!
The AFRH provides eligible veterans with supportive care and shared camaraderie. Just like you experienced in your service days. Back then you invested in the AFRH via small payroll deductions. Now it’s time for you to get back what you earned: an affordable, comfortable, and secure retirement.
To live at the AFRH, you must be able to live independently upon admission. This means you must be able to care for your personal needs, attend a dining facility for meals, and keep all medical appointments. You must not have a felony conviction. And you must be free of active drug, alcohol, and psychiatric problems. For those admitted to live independently, AFRH offers three levels of advanced care later on if needed: assisted living, long-term care, and memory support.
Specifically, you must be eligible for admission according to the law that established the AFRH. Married couples are welcome, but spouses must meet certain eligibility requirements. Please call us at 800.422.9988, Ext. 1, for details.
Persons – male or female – who served as members of the Armed Forces, at least one-half of whose service was not active commissioned service (other than as a warrant officer or limited-duty officer), are eligible to become residents of the AFRH if they meet one or more of the following categories:
- are 60 years of age or over; and were discharged or released from service in the Armed Forces under honorable conditions after 20 or more years of active service
- are determined under rules prescribed by the Chief Operating Officer to have a service-connected disability incurred in the line of duty in the Armed Forces
- served in a war theater during a time of war declared by Congress or were eligible for hostile fire special pay and are determined under rules prescribed by the Chief Operating Officer to have injuries, disease, or disability
- served in a women's component of the Armed Forces before June 12, 1948; and are determined under rules prescribed by the Chief Operating Officer to be eligible for admission because of compelling personal circumstances
Persons Ineligible to be Residents:
- a person who has been convicted of a felony or is not free of drug, alcohol, or psychiatric problems shall be ineligible to become a resident of the Retirement Home